Animal Disease Control Scheme

  • | Wednesday | 11th September, 2019

The Prime Minister also launched the National Artificial Insemination Programme and a countrywide workshop in all the Krishi Vigyan Kendras(KVKs) in all the 687 Districts of the country on vaccination and disease management, Artificial Insemination and Productivity.

 Alok Verma

New Delhi, Sept. 11: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the National Animal Disease Control Programme (NACDP) to control and eradicate the Foot & Mouth Disease (FMD) and Brucellosis amongst the livestock in the country, at Mathura in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday.

The 12,652 crore scheme fully sponsored by the Central Government will vaccinate over 600 million cattle in the country in an effort to mitigate the two diseases.

The Prime Minister also launched the National Artificial Insemination Programme and a countrywide workshop in all the Krishi Vigyan Kendras(KVKs) in all the 687 Districts of the country on vaccination and disease management, Artificial Insemination and Productivity.

Addressing a huge gathering the Prime Minister said that environment and livestock were always at the core of India’s economic thought and philosophy. And hence be it Swachh Bharat or Jal Jeevan Mission or promoting agriculture and animal husbandry we always try to maintain a balance between nature and economy. And this is what enables us to build a strong new India”, he added.

The Prime Minister also launched the Swachhta Hi Seva Programme with focus on reducing the usage of Single-Use Plastic in the country. “We should all try that by the 2nd of October this year our homes, offices, workplaces should be rid of the Single-Use Plastic”.

The Prime Minister appealed to all the Self-help groups, civil society, NGOs, and women & youth Organisations, every college, every school, every government and private organization and every individual to join in this campaign against single-use plastic.

“We should look for cheaper and easier alternatives for polythene bags. So many solutions can be found through our Start-Ups.”The Prime Minister also launched several other programmes concerning livestock health, nutrition and dairy farming.

“Animal Husbandry and other allied activities have a greater role to play in increasing the farmers. In the last five years, we have moved ahead with a new approach towards farming and allied activities. We have taken the necessary steps to improve the quality of livestock, dairy products and diversify them,” he added.

 


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